The International Cricket Council, in a release, has settled that a representation used for a third Test between India and South Africa was poor, and awaits a response from a BCCI within 14 days.
Full Text: ICC Release…
The International Cricket Council (ICC) currently announced that a representation for a third Test between India and South Africa in Nagpur has been rated as “poor”, triggering a examination of a opening of a representation underneath a ICC Pitch Monitoring Process.
In suitability with Clause 3 of a Process, ICC Match Referee Jeff Crowe submitted his news to a ICC expressing a concerns of a compare officials over a opening of a pitch. This news has been forwarded to a Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), that now has 14 days to yield a response.
After a BCCI has submitted a response, ICC’s General Manager – Cricket, Geoff Allardice, and a ICC’s Chief Match Referee, Ranjan Madugalle, will cruise all a evidence, including study video footage of a match, before reaching their preference on either or not a representation was bad and if so, either a chastisement should be imposed.
The ICC will make no serve comments until Mr Allardice and Mr Madugalle have reached their decision.
The Nagpur Test was played from 25-27 Nov in that India scored 215 and 173, while South Africa scored 79 and 185.